31st August 2004 Archive

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  • BOFH switches to power-saving mode

    Lights out

    BOFH 31 09:02

  • Intel to cut Prescott leakage by 75% at 65nm

    'On track' for 2005 delivery

    Channel 31 09:20

  • Apple unveils iMac G5

    Wall-mount Mac?

    Mac Channel 31 10:03

  • AMD to demo dual-core Opteron box

    Eight cores in a Socket 940 machine

    Servers 31 10:05

  • EMC fattens up around its NAS

    Celerra line widens

    Storage 31 10:15

  • Auditors take stock of NHS IT spend

    Is it value for money?

    Policy 31 10:18

  • Screen Select and Video Island get spliced

    Prepares to battle Netflix in UK

    Financial News 31 10:20

  • Hewlett-Packard: a wannabe Kodak?

    Photos and printing dominate marketing strategy

    Peripherals 31 10:27

  • PalmOne Tungsten 'T5' turns up on web

    Quick snaps of Wi-Fi PDA

    Mobile 31 10:37

  • Sony licenses VIA tech for PSP

    Signs up S3TC

    Consoles 31 11:01

  • Jet-powered wheelchair wows Brits

    The Right Stuff

    Bootnotes 31 11:09

  • Vodafone wanted to buy Virgin Mobile before float

    Oh no it didn't, oh yes it did etc

    Mobile 31 11:13

  • Novell reshuffles biz for Linux focus

    Four into two will go

    Operating Systems 31 11:18

  • Intel preps 2MB L2 Pentium 4 6xx line?

    How to appear to exceed 4GHz without exceeding it

    Channel 31 11:30

  • Lycos Europe buys Tiscali Sweden

    Disposal of unwanted nations

    Broadband 31 12:10

  • Romanians open Jedi Academy

    Or 'Academiei Jedi' as it's known locally

    Bootnotes 31 12:59

  • Florida heads into e-voting storm

    No recount, despite court ruling

    Policy 31 13:04

  • HP iPaq rx3715

    Multimedia monster?

    Reviews 31 13:09

  • Aruba touts Wi-Fi grid scheme

    Corporate WLANs as on-demand utility

    Data Networking 31 13:59

  • It's SQL, but not as you know it

    Save a whopping 50% on definitive MySQL guides

    Site News 31 14:04

  • Surf City libraries get tough on mobiles

    $1,000 fine for persistent phone bores

    Mobile 31 14:53

  • US IT spend to mark modest growth

    Steady as she goes

    The Channel 31 15:07

  • Avalon, WinFS decoupled for Windows Shorthorn

    Cue 'out-of-band add-on packs'

    Operating Systems 31 15:10

  • Tesco touts broadband for the masses

    Pile it high, sell it cheap

    Broadband 31 15:29

  • Intel adds 90nm Celeron M mobiles

    Low-end Dothans

    System Builder 31 15:42

  • Veritas buys KVS for $225m

    Email archiving leader

    Storage 31 15:56

  • SCO's profit turns to loss as Q3 revenue tumbles

    All is well

    Financial News 31 22:28